Life s Work: An Introductionm Review and Critique. Katharyne Mitchell, Sallie A Marston and Cindi Katz.
Part I: Education and the Making of the Modern (Trans)national Subject.
1. Imagined Country: National Environmental Ideologies in School Geography Textbooks: John Morgan.
2. Indigenous Professionalization: Transnational Social Reproduction in the Andes. Nina Laurie, Robert Andolina and Sarah Radcliffe.
3. Producing the Future: Getting To Be British. Jean Lave.
Part II: Domesticity and Other Homely Spaces of Modernity.
1. Domesticating Birth in the Hospital: Family–Centered Birth and the Emergence of Homelike Birthing Rooms. Maria Fannin.
2. Adolescent Latina Bodyspaces: Making Homegirls, Homebodies and Homeplaces. Melissa Hyams.
3. Of Fictional Cities and Diasporic Aesthetics. Rosemary Marangoly George.
Part III: Modern Migrants/Flexible Citizens: Cultural Constructions of Belonging and Alienation.
1. Valuing Childcare: Troubles in Suburbia. Geraldine Pratt.
2. Toque una Ranchera, Por Favor. Altha J Cravey.
3. Human Smuggling, the Transnational Imaginary, and Everyday Geographies of the Nation–State. Alison Mountz.